Euroform’s WeatherClad shiplap cladding achieves BDA certification

Euroform’s shiplap cladding, WeatherClad, has achieved BDA Agrément certification following rigorous assessment for safety and fitness for purpose, including fire performance.

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A low-maintenance, wood-effect cladding system designed for external application to existing and new domestic and non-domestic buildings, WeatherClad has a natural timber look with random embossed grain.  It is an autoclaved reinforced cement siding board.

WeatherClad now carries third party BDA Agrément certification from KIWA. The certification confirms the product’s suitability and fitness for purpose in terms of structural performance and durability.  It also covers behaviour in relation to fire – it has European Classification A2-s1,d0, in accordance with BS EN 13501-1.

John Taylor, Euroform’s technical director, said: “Confirmation of BDA Agrément certification after thorough testing will give customers that extra layer of confidence in WeatherClad.  Along with its good looks, excellent performance, ease to work, speed of fix and ready availability in the customer’s preferred quantities, this certification makes WeatherClad a great option.”

There is no minimum order for WeatherClad, and it can be purchased from Euroform in split pallets, helping customers to avoid waste. WeatherClad is also available in 21 standard colours plus RAL colours upon request.

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